Be inspired…70's chic to frothy romance, tomboy tweeds and sleek silhouettes, go where the mood takes you. Stand out from the crowd wearing things your way, ensuring your look is Quirky but always, always classic…
Jem Weston's first book includes 10 contemporary handknits projects to knit for you and your home or for friends and children. You'll find everything from cushions to a quirky draught excluder shaped like a fox.
Prepare to be captivated…still and enchanting; a haunting beauty appears amid the deep shadows, bringing true radiance and charm. Luxurious fabrics of creamy coloured mohairs, satins and silks contrast with dark brocades and beaded opulence to complete the vision.
Arranged in four chapters – Country, Couture, Folk and Vintage with projects to suit all skill levels. Techniques showcased include entrelca, shadow knitting, lace, aran, cables, fairisle, intarsia, modular and beaded knitting amongst others, allowing you to practise on a small project without the commitment of a larger piece.
Iconic knitwear designer Sasha Kagan treats us to a fascinating retrospective of her work from the past four decades of womenswear. Sasha's designs have become classics in their own right and this collection of cardigans, shawls, statement jackets sweaters and waistcoats have been reworked in gorgeous new yarns.
Kaffe takes 20 of his favourite quilts from his series of Rowan patchwork and quilting books and recolours them with a new collection of Rowan fabrics. Photographed in a simple village in the heart of rural Bulgaria, they create a stunning array of colour contrasts, harmonies and shapes, giving quilters the chance to see a master colourist and his team of designers at work.
12 designs from author Suzie Johnsons's heart and head with a focus on colour and 3D shapes. With no complicated patterns and using nothing more complicated than stocking stitch, reverse stocking stitch and garter stitch, this book is small enough to fit in your knitting bag or handbag.
A stylish collection of 30 easy-to-make sewing projects from Tanya Whelan each project has a step-by-step illustration and instructions to help you on your way, there is a selection different projects to try ranging from childrens to adults and homeware.
If you love to knit and want to find some great designs that help you to improve your skills, look no further! Sarah Hatton has created 22 fantastic projects where you can play to your hearts content with different stitches and a range of beautiful Rowan yarns to create a wardrobe of fantastic knits to accessorize with: scarves, stoles, shrugs, shawls and more.